LINWOOD — The Mainland Regional High School field hockey team proved to itself early in the game with Ocean City on Monday that it could stay competitive with the Red Raiders.An hour later, Mainland was an upset winner.Mainland senior forward Paige Care tipped in Brianna Baretta’s shot at the left of the cage to give host Mainland a 2-1 win over Ocean City. The goal came with 13 minutes, 41 seconds left in regulation.It was Mainland’s first win over O.C.
BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP — The Mainland Regional and St. Augustine Prep boys soccer teams played a closely contested game Saturday in which no one established a clear edge.The result was a 1-1 tie through 80 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtimes.The Mustangs seemed to have a slight territorial edge in a scoreless first half, but the Prep scored first in the second.Defender Anthony Neri booted a goal from 5 yards out in the 54th minute.Mainland tied it nine minutes later as center...
Group: Shore Conference B South/South Jersey Group IICoach: Rob Davis (60-54, 11 seasons)Last season's record: 5-5Playoff appearances: 6Championships: 0Playoff record: 4-62017 prediction: Spoiler. The Bengals could have a winning season if their young offense performs well.Game to watch: Oct. 27 vs. Lakewood.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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